Will the powers that be please renew Rubicon! I completely enjoyed this cerebral offering from AMC, despite the fact that most of my analysis was way off (Meet Me in St.Louis! The family in that movie is going to New York. The opening of Rubicon references Queens, and its subway lines. And, and that clover leaf highway! Isn’t that in Queens!!! They are going to blow up Queens!!! The highway or the subway!!!!). It was fun to play with the names, like Truxton Spangler. Truxton can be an anagram for Not Tru (read Not True) or Not Trux (read Not Trust). Or Will Travers: Does Will traverse the Rubicon? Of course he did, the minute he picked up the baton of David Hadas). Or Grant Test: Grant is put to the test by Spangler. Where does Grant’s loyalties rest? To its credit Rubicon also had the best gay character on TV: Kale Ingram, analyst/assassin! (Okay, “Ingram” containing a reference to “Raven” according to several baby name sites, or as the anagram “Margin”, he walks the line between good and evil, a true neutral/neutral, neh). Rubicon was so refreshing, a great backlash to the nonsense of reality TV.